The downtown core has to contain an adequate infrastructure. The infrastructure must support all of the activities occurring within it.
The current sales tax code is unquestionably confusing for consumers and companies.
Studies now show that spending time in nature — with or without exercise — provides cognitive and psychological benefits.
CNN poll indicates that 46 percent of Americans think that officials are looking for the missing Malaysian Airlines plane in the wrong place.
What you need to drill into your brain and the brains of every other man on campus is that it's not OK to get drunk and stupid and then have sex with a woman who is drunk and stupid.
We place our liberties at risk if we forget the religiously-informed wisdom of the Founders. Regrettably, that forgetfulness seems to be all too common today.
The Kansas City region deserves a more modern airport that will deliver convenient experiences for millions of travelers and visitors every year.
New sewers headline a list of to-do's for the city if it is to continue its bright plans for downtown development.
Not only can traveling help relax and soothe the mind, but it can also help heal the battered economy.
The Paper Ballot Bill, which seeks to eliminate the pitfalls of using unauditable, electronic touch-screen voting machines in Missouri, needs only two more final votes to become law.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to allow prayers at public meetings goes against the spirit of the First Amendment.
The legislature's overruling of Gov. Jay Nixon's tax cut veto could have a crippling impact on Missouri for years to come.
For America to return to the status it once held in the eyes of its citizens, job opportunities need to be generated.
As the three-year anniversary of the Joplin tornado approaches, Missouri communities seek to heed recommendations and take precautions to minimize the damage caused by tornadoes.
Health care is important for all children, regardless of the situation they were born into.
Sometimes, we all need to cut our neighbors some slack. Those Christmas decorations may look stupid on their front door in July, but they aren’t hurting me. I’ll deal with it.
The Jefferson City News Tribune editorial board believes the measure provides sufficient safeguards for government operations and programs.
The U.S. government was speaking out of one side of its mouth in the State Department; meanwhile, the Justice Department had filed court documents urging the Supreme Court to refuse to hear journalsit James Risen's petition on his reporter's privilege case.
The Supreme Court has steadily eroded the principles that the Brown v. Board was decided on. We should renew our commitment to those principles during the decision's 60th anniversary this year.